Posts Tagged ‘mobile phones’

Feelings of helplessness fueling conspiracy theories in NZ

Monday, May 25th, 2020
conspiracy theories

Cell phone towers across New Zealand are being set on fire, and authorities believe the attacks are linked to the increasing proliferation of conspiracy theories connecting 5G networks to the coronavirus pandemic. David Farrier joined anti-5G Facebook groups after receiving online abuse for appearing in a pro-5G commercial. He told The Project that memberships in Read more

NZ Church app for Google prayers

Thursday, March 12th, 2020

The New Zealand National Centre for Religious Studies (NCRS), Wednesday, announced the launch of a prayer app, NZpray2day. NZpray2day is available for Android devices. NCRS Director, Colin MacLeod, says NZpray2day is designed to support young and old in Catholic schools and parishes to enter simply into the richness of the ancient Christian cycle of seasons, Read more

Mobile phones and Mass don’t mix

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

It has become common for parishes to put notices in their bulletins about powering off mobile phones during parish liturgies. But not everyone takes heed. There are instances of ringtones, texting or even calls during being taken during liturgies. Deacon Greg Kandra says his favourite moment involving a cell phone in church happened near the Read more